Hotels Near Greenfinch Church In Ipswich

4.2/5Very Good12 Reviews
1.44km from Greenfinch Church
Featuring a leisure club and indoor swimming pool, this hotel is 6 minutes’ drive from the A14 in suburban Ipswich. The Belstead Brook Muthu Hotel is built around a 16th Century hunting lodge, with extensive lawned gardens and its own restaurant and bar.Each bedroom at the Belstead Brook comes traditionally decorated with an en-suite bathroom. Rooms include a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board, and a trouser press.The hotel offers spa and beauty treatments in the leisure club, which must be booked prior to arrival. There is a large indoor pool, sauna, steam room and solarium, as well as a fully equipped gym.A full English breakfast is on available each morning, with alternative options of kippers, porridge, yoghurts, fruits and pastries. The hotel restaurant serves a fixed price 2 or 3 course menu or an a la carte menu, influenced by British and Continental cuisine.The centre of Ipswich is only 2 miles away, with shops, bars, and direct train links to London. Guests are within a 30-minute drive of many of rural Suffolk’s prettiest villages.
FromUS$66
4.5/5Excellent11 Reviews
1.98km from Greenfinch Church
Property Location With a stay at pentahotel Ipswich in Ipswich, you'll be minutes from Portman Road and close to Cornhill. This 4-star hotel is within close proximity of Custom House and Ipswich Regent Theatre.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 126 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Your room comes with a pillowtop bed, and all rooms are furnished with sofa beds. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming provides entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature designer toiletries and hair dryers.Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Don't miss out on the many recreational opportunities, including a nightclub, an attached winery, and a 24-hour fitness center. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, an arcade/game room, and a fireplace in the lobby.Dining Satisfy your appetite at the hotel's restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Dining is also available at a coffee shop/café, and 24-hour room service is provided. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, express check-in, and express check-out. Planning an event in Ipswich? This hotel has 657 square feet (61 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and meeting rooms. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.You must present a photo ID when checking in. Your credit card is charged at the time you book. Bed type and smoking preferences are not guaranteed.Your reservation is prepaid and is guaranteed for late arrival. The total charge includes all room charges and taxes, as well as fees for access and booking. Any incidental charges such as parking, phone calls, and room service will be handled directly between you and the property.
FromUS$80
3.2/56 Reviews
2.05km from Greenfinch Church
Property Location With a stay at Bridge Guest House in Ipswich, you'll be within a 15-minute walk of Cardinal Park and Portman Road. This guesthouse is 0.9 mi (1.5 km) from New Wolsey Theatre and 1 mi (1.6 km) from The Witchbottle Theatre. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 12 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers, and both microwaves and refrigerators are available on request. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance. Dining A complimentary English breakfast is served daily. Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.
FromUS$36
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
2.08km from Greenfinch Church
We stayed for one night as we were passing through the area. Check in was quick and everything explained to us. The room was spacious and comfortable. I’d compare it to a Premier Inn which isn’t a bad thing. We had dinner in the pub which was good and service as quick. Only issue was some muppet deciding to apparently smoke in their room at 2am so the fire alarm went off and we all got to stand outside, not the hotel’s fault but I hope the person was dealt with accordingly!
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0/50 Reviews
2.31km from Greenfinch Church
The Remarkable 3-Bed House in Ipswich with a Zen Vibe is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Remarkable 3-Bed House in Ipswich with a Zen Vibe is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Ipswich. The hotel is conveniently located a short 2km drive from Ipswich Station. There is no shortage of things to see in the area, with the Suffolk Leisure Park, Unitarian Meeting House and St Mary-le-Tower all nearby. At the end of a busy day, travelers can unwind and relax in the hotel or go out and enjoy the city. This Ipswich hotel offers parking on site.
FromUS$186
2.5/55 Reviews
2.34km from Greenfinch Church
After travelling 270 miles we arrived to The Station Hotel. Our money was taken and Room 8 key given. Sat having a pint and need to use facilities I decided to use the room. What an absolute filth pit. In a nut shell no vent on wall, loft access left open, masking tape on lamp shades, bathroom ceiling coming unstuck, window sealed with cardboard, one window pane replaced with plastic sheet and gaffer taped into place, room very dirty, so dirty in fact I did not use the facilities. I went back to reception to see young girl who had given me key who said she was aware of the state of the room and would speak to her manager. The chef came out and only offered a card refund, and said they have 2 more rooms the same - not helpful after 270 miles. The "Manager" then arrived back and his first thought was to wipe the bar down. He came over and asked what was the issue with the room. Card refunded but Ipswich was fully booked due to 3 big events. We had an absolute nightmare getting a room but eventually sorted in time to get to our event. The Station in Ipswich is a Greene King owned "Hotel" I will be calling them direct to register my disappointment and look forward to their response........
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4.8/5Outstanding17 Reviews
2.84km from Greenfinch Church
Make yourself at home at 4-star Novotel Ipswich Centre hotel, just a few steps from the vibrant waterfront and city centre. Your bright, modern room will give you and your family plenty of space, and you'll enjoy delicious food fresh from the open chef station in our restaurant. Drinks in the stylish contemporary bar or on the terrace are the perfect end to your day at Novotel.
FromUS$86
3.7/510 Reviews
2.92km from Greenfinch Church
Second visit to this hotel,it suits us fine,a bit dated but has all you need in these troubled times. We had a limited menu for dinner but had something we liked.Breakfast is superb,two of everything its an effort to get through it all,next morning my wife and I asked for one of everything! The guy on reception,Paul,was the general dogsbody bless him,receptionist,barman and waiter. Rooms are dated and were chilly as no control over the heating in the rooms,great shower and an iron and hairdryer are provided. Will stay again and special thanks to Paul who looked after us on our two night stay.
FromUS$54
0/50 Reviews
2.95km from Greenfinch Church
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3.9/510 Reviews
2.99km from Greenfinch Church
Located just 10 minutes' walk from the centre of Ipswich, this family-run hotel offers budget accommodation with free Wi-Fi and free parking.Rooms at The Carlton Hotel offer TVs, hairdryers and tea/coffee facilities. Some rooms also offer private en suite bathrooms.Christchurch Park and Christchurch Mansion are just a 10-minute walk away, whilse Suffolk College can be reached in 20 minutes' walk. Ipswich Rail Station is 20 minutes' walk away, and Ipswich Football Stadium is a 10-minute walk.
FromUS$66
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
3.2km from Greenfinch Church
I chose this one for an overnight stay, whilst meeting up with friends in the area. I find Premier Inns are more consistent than other lower cost hotels, so was comfortable paying a bit more than the cheaper alternatives. It’s not the easiest hotel to find. It’s on a two-lane one way system with a bit of an excursion if you miss it (as I did). However it’s in one of the more interesting parts of town and minutes from the quay for a nice walk and take in the fresh air. The hotel reception is on the first floor with the restaurant. Check in was efficient and friendly. Access to the resident corridors required the room key; reassuring as it is possible for anyone off the street to reach any floor without going by reception. I went for a disabled room as I was expecting a wheelchair bound friend to join me (who didn’t in the end). Rooms are of a reasonable size and practical. Tea and coffee facilities are always welcome. A largish TV and desk is provided, where you could connect a laptop to the TV if you so wish. Bed was king size and the mattress comfortable. In other words the standard I’ve come to expect from the chain. I feel it’s worthwhile mentioning some minor issues I had, none of which would be showstoppers for future visits. The biggest one was mobile phone reception (carrier reception, no so much wifi). I couldn’t get any service in the room unless I was near a window, and then it was, at best, flakey. This is a major concern because when I’m away I need to be contactable. Free wifi was available, although it was fairly lousy. You certainly couldn’t stream Netflix with it, and it was barely able to download a few emails, although I was able to send messages no problem. The room was booked for two people, but there were only towels for one (and insufficient pillows by my preference). No issue in my case, but presumably reception would have been able to sort this. My room was on the first floor. The area around the hotel is quite busy with two-lane one way roads carrying lots of traffic. Insulation was excellent, but I did open the window to see what the noise was like, and I would have found it too loud. Thankfully air conditioning was available, although the control panel doesn’t have a backlight and it was difficult to read the icons to get it working. Bathroom was ok with grab rails for disabled needs. Disabled rooms either have shower-only wet rooms or low level bath. Basic towels are provided but a flannel is not. For soap and shampoo it seems to be a generic, no-nonsense dispenser for either shower or sink. Shower was ok, with large controls suited to those with low dexterity. The bathroom had one emergency cord with a reset controller. This is well placed for the shower and toilet, although two may have been better as the sink area was a bit out of reach. I usually don’t pre-pay for breakfast as there’s no particular advantage in doing so. The breakfast room is not massive but there is plenty of comfortable sea
FromUS$70
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
3.28km from Greenfinch Church
This is a budget hotel so the rooms are very small and the facilities are quite basic. That aside, it is clean and the beds are comfortable and it is a great town centre location. They have recently stopped charging extra for use of the TV and by booking via EasyHotel's ClubBedzz website you can also get free wifi. I stay here regularly and the reception team of Claire, Chloe and Renae are always very welcoming and extremely helpful. Very good value for money.
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Hotels Near Greenfinch Church In Ipswich Review

4.5/55 Reviews
I chose this one for an overnight stay, whilst meeting up with friends in the area. I find Premier Inns are more consistent than other lower cost hotels, so was comfortable paying a bit more than the cheaper alternatives. It’s not the easiest hotel to find. It’s on a two-lane one way system with a bit of an excursion if you miss it (as I did). However it’s in one of the more interesting parts of town and minutes from the quay for a nice walk and take in the fresh air. The hotel reception is on the first floor with the restaurant. Check in was efficient and friendly. Access to the resident corridors required the room key; reassuring as it is possible for anyone off the street to reach any floor without going by reception. I went for a disabled room as I was expecting a wheelchair bound friend to join me (who didn’t in the end). Rooms are of a reasonable size and practical. Tea and coffee facilities are always welcome. A largish TV and desk is provided, where you could connect a laptop to the TV if you so wish. Bed was king size and the mattress comfortable. In other words the standard I’ve come to expect from the chain. I feel it’s worthwhile mentioning some minor issues I had, none of which would be showstoppers for future visits. The biggest one was mobile phone reception (carrier reception, no so much wifi). I couldn’t get any service in the room unless I was near a window, and then it was, at best, flakey. This is a major concern because when I’m away I need to be contactable. Free wifi was available, although it was fairly lousy. You certainly couldn’t stream Netflix with it, and it was barely able to download a few emails, although I was able to send messages no problem. The room was booked for two people, but there were only towels for one (and insufficient pillows by my preference). No issue in my case, but presumably reception would have been able to sort this. My room was on the first floor. The area around the hotel is quite busy with two-lane one way roads carrying lots of traffic. Insulation was excellent, but I did open the window to see what the noise was like, and I would have found it too loud. Thankfully air conditioning was available, although the control panel doesn’t have a backlight and it was difficult to read the icons to get it working. Bathroom was ok with grab rails for disabled needs. Disabled rooms either have shower-only wet rooms or low level bath. Basic towels are provided but a flannel is not. For soap and shampoo it seems to be a generic, no-nonsense dispenser for either shower or sink. Shower was ok, with large controls suited to those with low dexterity. The bathroom had one emergency cord with a reset controller. This is well placed for the shower and toilet, although two may have been better as the sink area was a bit out of reach. I usually don’t pre-pay for breakfast as there’s no particular advantage in doing so. The breakfast room is not massive but there is plenty of comfortable sea
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FromUS$70
3.7/510 Reviews
Second visit to this hotel,it suits us fine,a bit dated but has all you need in these troubled times. We had a limited menu for dinner but had something we liked.Breakfast is superb,two of everything its an effort to get through it all,next morning my wife and I asked for one of everything! The guy on reception,Paul,was the general dogsbody bless him,receptionist,barman and waiter. Rooms are dated and were chilly as no control over the heating in the rooms,great shower and an iron and hairdryer are provided. Will stay again and special thanks to Paul who looked after us on our two night stay.
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FromUS$54
4/510 Reviews
We chose this Holiday Inn when we were visiting the Essex/Suffolk coast as it gave easy access to both. The only downside was that it is located between 2 busy roads so was a bit noisy, nothing that ear plugs didn’t sort out tho. The hotel was very clean and tidy and the staff courteous and friendly. We chose a room with a king size bed, and yes it was 2 singles pushed together (pretty normal these days) but it was comfy and didn’t affect our sleep. We didn’t eat in the hotel, choosing instead to eat at the Brewers Fayre - a 5 min walk away, and had breakfast at the Toby Carvery, 10 mins away. Well placed for road connections, we would def use again if in the area
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FromUS$73
4.2/510 Reviews
Had too stay hear because of building work and have used this place before it I very clean well priced and very very well laid out the check in system could not of been any easier their is plenty of parking and it is well situated the host Martin is switched on and runs a good system which I have to say works very well and he has a good team around him and its obvious the cleaners do a great job and try the fried breakfast clean fresh no grease and top notch ingredient's would not hesitate in recommending to any one the lattice lodge
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FromUS$79
4.5/55 Reviews
This is a budget hotel so the rooms are very small and the facilities are quite basic. That aside, it is clean and the beds are comfortable and it is a great town centre location. They have recently stopped charging extra for use of the TV and by booking via EasyHotel's ClubBedzz website you can also get free wifi. I stay here regularly and the reception team of Claire, Chloe and Renae are always very welcoming and extremely helpful. Very good value for money.
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FromUS$34
4.5/55 Reviews
First of all the service was better than I have ever experienced, so welcoming and pleasant. Me and my 7 year old son stayed there the night as we were off to Rendelsham forest the next day, on arrival ther receptionist was so helpful and kind. Makes a huge difference, the next morning another lady said good morning and asked about our stay, makes a difference coming from London that staff actually care and are so helpful. So on leaving we forgot my sons Ted, he doesnt sleep without it and was in tears when i found we left him there. But once again not only did the staff find him they posted him back with a lovely letter saying how much fun he had but was happy to be on his way home. Guys you dont realise how much you have done for us, I am so in awe of the fact that customer service like yours still exist, I travel alot and i promise no other hotel has gone beyond my expectations the way yours has....thank you so much me and zak both really appreciate it..... Best Regards and thanks again
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FromUS$81
4.5/510 Reviews
I very rarely write reviews for Trip advisor but I couldn’t not for The Railway Inn in Westerfield. What a lovely stay we had. We booked last minute after it being recommended by another bnb as we’re trying to find a place where our dog could stay with us, all the staff there, particularly Sarah, couldn’t have been more welcoming. The room was gorgeous, big comfy bed, great shower, everything spotless. Nice touch of yogurt, bananas, water and cereals in the communal fridge outside. Own entrance to rooms for past pub hours. Great little garden outside for the the dog and to sit in to enjoy a drink. Beautiful fields with wildflowers and gorgeous views with walking paths 2 minutes away where we went for our Sunday morning walk. The photos don’t do the rooms justice. We loved it here and would highly recommend it :)
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FromUS$79
4.3/510 Reviews
We stayed for one night as we were passing through the area. Check in was quick and everything explained to us. The room was spacious and comfortable. I’d compare it to a Premier Inn which isn’t a bad thing. We had dinner in the pub which was good and service as quick. Only issue was some muppet deciding to apparently smoke in their room at 2am so the fire alarm went off and we all got to stand outside, not the hotel’s fault but I hope the person was dealt with accordingly!
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FromUS$66
2.5/55 Reviews
After travelling 270 miles we arrived to The Station Hotel. Our money was taken and Room 8 key given. Sat having a pint and need to use facilities I decided to use the room. What an absolute filth pit. In a nut shell no vent on wall, loft access left open, masking tape on lamp shades, bathroom ceiling coming unstuck, window sealed with cardboard, one window pane replaced with plastic sheet and gaffer taped into place, room very dirty, so dirty in fact I did not use the facilities. I went back to reception to see young girl who had given me key who said she was aware of the state of the room and would speak to her manager. The chef came out and only offered a card refund, and said they have 2 more rooms the same - not helpful after 270 miles. The "Manager" then arrived back and his first thought was to wipe the bar down. He came over and asked what was the issue with the room. Card refunded but Ipswich was fully booked due to 3 big events. We had an absolute nightmare getting a room but eventually sorted in time to get to our event. The Station in Ipswich is a Greene King owned "Hotel" I will be calling them direct to register my disappointment and look forward to their response........
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